May 3, 2009 Subject:
While, yes, this film shows some decomposition, and the source tape seems to have tracking issues,but Harry Langdon videos are fairly difficult to find. I appreciate being able to see this at all.
If the film were in better shape, I might give it one more star. As it is, I still think it deserves three. Many people forget that back in the 1920's Langdon was nearly as popular as Keaton or Chaplin, before being relegated to the role of a gag writer for other peoples films for years.
May 2, 2009 Subject:
I've seen funnier. The film has disintegrated so much; I don't know what happened between the wedding and the train ride.